Perugia is a city in the region of Umbria in central Italy near the Tiber River.
Perugia is a beautiful medieval hill town with Gothic palaces and jazz cafes, where ancient alleys of stone paths with walks nineteenth century.
Here were born some of Umbria's most prominent artists, including Gentile da Fabiano and Perugino (Pietro Vannucci), authors of Pinturicchio, Raphael and La Spagna.
Perugia is also a respected university town, student community animating cultural calendar. He was one of the 12 cities of the Etruscan confederation, and although subjected to Rome in 310 BC, has always vacillated between different leaders.
Assisi is a town in the central Italian region of Umbria and is located 19 km east of Perugia at an altitude of 400 m.
Assisi is known as the birthplace of St. Francis - patron saint of Italy, founder of the Franciscan order and one of the most famous Catholic saints in history.
The main attraction is the Church of St. Francis schools built in XIII, where the day and of the holy relics that bear his name, but also an impressive fresco, where we can find some moments and scenes from his life.
In Assisi longer worth a visit for the history, beauty and their architecture at least seven churches.